Where have all the heroes gone? The Hollywood machine is churning out repetitive, family-pleasing action fare these days, and that could mean the death of the beloved action movie. Alex Ingram investigates.Read more >>>
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We’ve all taken to watching more films and TV shows on our smartphones. Of course, you’d be a mug to watch Gravity on a 5.5in screen but some films lend themselves to the small screen – because of either cinematography, sound or even their narrative structure. Stuff‘s Stephen Graves picks six…Read more >>>
Your TV is what you watch Homeland on. What you use to play Gran Turismo. But have you thought about how it came about? Just how do you invent telly?Read more >>>
It’s a long shot, but it might just work. Stuff.tv’s Stephen Graves picks his best…Read more >>>
The release of the new Die Hard movie – A Good Day to Die Hard – on Blu-ray and DVD has given a gentle reminder of the greatness of the original films…Read more >>>
If you want the best possible images out of your television, sticking with the out-of-the-box settings is the last thing you should do. A few minutes spent tweaking can give you startlingly good results…Read more >>>
Few new TV technologies have been as exciting as OLED – but where do you start when if you want to buy one? By reading this, of course…Read more >>>
Joss Whedon’s Much Ado About Nothing is the most recent film adaptation to hit the silver screen, but the Bard’s influence goes all the way back to the 1950s across a variety of genres…Read more >>>
Relive London 2012′s proudest moments – in particular the Opening Ceremony – with this fantastic Blu-ray box-setRead more >>>
With only 300 Siberian tigers left in the wild, tracking any down is no easy task. Trying to film them is even harder, just ask the BBC…Read more >>>